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SOVEREIGNTY TRUTH

The Reassertion of Sovereignty in The Great South Land, now known as 'Australia'.

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THE FACTS OF HISTORY (UNCOMFORTABLE FOR SOME).

THE CROWN CORPORATION HAS NO JURISDICTION

James Cook lied, he purchased no land from the First Peoples of this continent or it's islands. He acknowledged they lived in houses, and he shot them:

James Cook, Journal entry, 29 April 1770, Cook's Journal: Daily Entries, National Library of Australia website, available from: http://southseas.nla.gov.au/journals/cook/17700429.html 

Joseph Banks also noted this country was occupied by people who lived in houses and disputed his landing, he also acknowledged he shot some of them:

Joseph Banks, Journal entry, 28 April 1770, Bank's Journal: Daily Entries, National Library of Australia website, available from: http://southseas.nla.gov.au/journals/banks/17700428.html

The Crown claimed nothing. The Crown did not grant rights to First Nation Peoples, but recognised already existing inalienable rights of Sovereignty and Jurisdiction of all Native tribes. In 1836, King William IV acknowledged the rights of Australia's Original Peoples to occupy and enjoy their lands, in the South Australian Letters Patent:

King William the Fourth, Letters Patent Erecting and Establishing the Province of South Australia, 19 February 1836, Available from Australian Government Founding Documents website: http://foundingdocs.gov.au/resources/transcripts/sa2_doc_1836.pdf

Above Image: King William the Fourth, Letters Patent Erecting and Establishing the Province of South Australia, 19 February 1836, Available from: http://www.foundingdocs.gov.au/item-sdid-38.html

In the Letters Patent erecting Moreton Bay into a Colony, under the name of Queensland of (1859), Queen Victoria instructed Sir George Ferguson Bowen these laws were affirmed in Queensland with the instructions to govern:

            'according to such laws and ordinances as are now in force in our said colony of New South Wales and its dependencies, and as shall hereafter be in force in our said colony of Queensland.'

Queen Victoria, Letters Patent erecting Moreton Bay into a Colony, under the name of Queensland, and appointing Sir George Ferguson Bowen, K.C.M.G., to be Captain-General and Governor-in-Chief of the same (1859), available Queensland government website: http://foundingdocs.gov.au/item-sdid-47.html

Queen Victoria affirmed that the Crown claimed no Jurisdiction over 'Native tribes' or their lands in 'Saving the rights of the tribes' in her the Pacific Islanders Protection acts of 1875 and 1876:

Queen Victoria, The Pacific Islander Protection Act 1875 (38 & 39 Vic. c. 51), (Imperial) Amended; University of South Pacific, Emalus Campus library website, available from: http://www.vanuatu.usp.ac.fj/library/online/texts/Pacific_archive/Western%20Pacific/10.%20Pacific%20Islanders%20Protection%20Amendment%20Act,%201875.PDF

In An Act to Constitute the Commonwealth of Australia 1900, the Crown and the Commonwealth of Australia confirmed their continuing lack of jurisdiction over our Sovereign Native Tribes and our lands. The list of people assenting to unite in a 'Federal Commonwealth' omits 'Aboriginal natives'.

Section 51 of the Constitution refers to legislative powers, and states clearly that laws cannot be made for people of the 'Aboriginal race in any State'. The striking out of that section of the constitution, is in breach of the Constitution, in defiance of Acts of the Crown, and is unlawful. 

Section 127 stated that 'Aboriginal natives shall not be counted' in reckoning numbers of people in the Commonwealth. 'Aboriginal Natives' were excluded from the Australian Constitution not because of discrimination, but due to recognition of the continuing Sovereignty and jurisdiction of the Sovereign Native Tribes over our lands and over ourselves.   

An Act to Constitute the Commonwealth of Australia 1900, available from the Australian Government Documenting a Democracy Website, available from: http://www.foundingdocs.gov.au/resources/transcripts/cth1_doc_1900.pdf

An Act to Constitute the Commonwealth of Australia 1900, Amended:                                                                   http://www.austlii.edu.au/cgi-bin/download.cgi/au/legis/cth/consol_act/coaca430

As late as 1909 Aboriginal Protector Richard Howard acknowledged the independent Sovereignty of each Tribe, who each had territories with well defined borders, passed down 'from time immemorial':

Richard B Howard, 1910 Queensland Annual Report of The Chief Protector of Aboriginals for the Year 1909, (Brisbane: Anthony James Cumming, 1910), p.6. Available from AIATSIS website: http://aiatsis.gov.au/sites/default/files/docs/digitised_collections/remove/63654.pdf 

History shows that 'Australian' authorities have NO JURISDICTION over First Nation Sovereign Tribes or their lands, something also recognised by members of the Judiciary, as excess of power is not and never has been law.

A good example of this is Chief Justice Latham, of the High Court of Australia who stated in 1942, in the Uniform Tax Case HCA (High Court of Australia) 1942, (65 CLR 373 at 408):

           'A pretend law made in excess of power is not and never has been a law at all', and 'If it is beyond power it is void ab initio'.

Justice Latham then went on to clearly state that:

          'Anybody in the country is entitled to disregard it.'

Chief Justice Latham, South Australia v Commonwealth (1942) 65 CLR 373 'The First Uniform Tax Case' HCA (High Court of Australia) 1942 (at 408 and following):                                                                                                                       http://www.austlii.edu.au/cgi-bin/download.cgi/cgi-bin/download.cgi/download/au/cases/cth/HCA/1942/14.pdf

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The Crown and the Australian governments have no jurisdiction over the continent and islands of the Great South Land known as 'Australia', or the occupants of the land, unless the occupants choose to enter into a contract with them. It is unlawful for Government to prevent or interfere with the occupation or enjoyment of those people who live on Sovereign Tribal land. It is also unlawful for the Government to allow the wanton destruction of our land, or to assign it's use or 'title' to any foreign persons.